UnsavableFairy Tale: Snow WhiteUnsavable1 month ago in Twist Fate More Like This
Note: This story is a ‘sequel’ based on the version written by the Grimm brothers.
‘.. and this curse shall never be lifted until she breathes her last.’
Taking one last glance at Snow White, her stepmother finished murmuring her jinx and crumpled to the ground as death began to take over her body.
An eruption of cheers filled the air as the wicked queen was no more. The celebration continued until midnight with revived vigor, the sky bathed with the brilliance of the stars, contrasting the darkness of the night, as if they were to bless the newlyweds.
And this was how the story should have ended but alas! They all didn’t know about the curse. The knot that kept all the magical hoo-hah of the world contained was apparently not tight enough, and this was where their supposedly happy ending transformed into something more sinister.
‘I curse the one who is as white as snow, with lips a
Dreamdark: Blackbringer Part 2Dreamdark: Blackbringer Part 21 month ago in Twist Fate More Like This
Scrap of manuscript found. Around 1,200 years ago.
-With the rise of the Blackbringer, the world trembled
The Jungle BookMowgli was thirteen when his father brought him on his expedition to the Indian jungles. At thirteen he was not so young that he feared the unfounded and not so old that he feared mortality. And so, with the ignorant bravery of youth and his few years with the boy scouts, he left the group to chase his own adventures.The Jungle Book1 month ago in Twist Fate More Like This
He was prepared for his journey, armed with his matchbook, his tin of cookies, his marble set and his father’s shotgun. He could handle himself. With the boys, he had been trained to survive in the wild and his father had taught him to hunt. This new world was like a new toy with it’s vibrant colours, silent life and untouched promise. At that moment Mowgli was king as he marched over boulders and swung around trees, poking into every crevice and underbrush. He laughed delightedly, crouching to look at the ground when he realized he was being watched. He stilled, raised his head slowly. A panther stood in front of him, so dark he seemed to grow from the shadow
To Both Sanity and MadnessTo Both Sanity and MadnessTo Both Sanity and Madness1 month ago in Twist Fate More Like This
It started with simple things, so subtly that she almost missed it herself.
After her husband’s, the king’s, death his young daughter, barely a young girl at the time, started having these… peculiarities. She talked to herself and then answered, thinking it was the animals that replied.
It was just a childish game, the queen thought. She’d be fine, with time.
Time, however, only seemed to make matters worse, and soon Snow White was talking not only to mice and birds, but to inanimate objects as well, like brooms and hairbrushes. Also, she would refuse to change into clean clothes, arguing that her father would not recognize her if she wore a different dress, even when the one that had been her favorite in the past didn’t really fit her anymore and the color of the fabric had faded.
The grief had made her lose her mind, the queen dwelled on sorrowfully. That young girl, her stepdaughter, was no longer the innocent child her father